Roseanne's Nuts, Season One
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Get ready to go nuts with brutally honest comedienne, actress and all-around force of nature Roseanne Barr as Lifetime Television premieres an all-new docu-series spotlighting Barr's endeavors to run a fully functional 40-acre macadamia nut and livestock farm on Hawaii's Big Island alongside her longtime writer-musician boyfriend Johnny Argent and son Jake. "They've said 'Roseanne's nuts' for years, and now I'm going to make that a reality," said Barr. "I'm all about nuts now. Macadamia nuts!" Each half-hour episode of Roseanne's Nuts promises a funny, outrageous and unfiltered look at the adventures of the Emmy-winning TV star as she transitions into a new life far from Los Angeles.
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I think the network didn't promote this one-season series enough; and unfortunately, the world is missing out.
As someone else mentioned, this was not a "look how rich I am" reality series. Her house was not a mansion and she did not have servants. She surrounded herself with love - from her son and daughter to her boyfriend to her dear, if somewhat wacky friends. I got the feeling that we were seeing the "real" Roseanne and she was a delight. She was always one to "tell it like it is," and that hasn't changed.
What surprised me was how many times I was touched watching this. Particularly memorable was when she was asked to sing the "Star Spangled Banner" for a girl's softball game. After the fiasco which sunk her career, it offered her a chance for redemption. It also scared her to death. When she finally decided to go through with it and sang the song, I found myself in tears. Call me crazy, but it made me a Roseanne fan for life!
I recommend this series if you want to laugh and cry and be entertained. I think it will surprise you.
I do recommend this to people with a healthy sense of humor. She laughs at herself a lot as well, and you might enjoy seeing a more humble side of Roseanne.